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Written Grammatical Errors of Arabic as Second Language (ASL) Learners: An Evaluative Study

1. Sadeq Ali Saad Al-Yaari (Corresponding author); 2. Fayza Saleh Al Hammadi; 3. Salah Ayied Alyami.
1. Independent Researcher, Dept. of English, College of Arts, King Saud University (KSU) Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; 2. Associate prof., Dept. of English, College of Arts, King Faisal University, Al-Hassa Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; 3. Assistant professor, Dept. of English, Dammam College of Technology, Dammam University Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Abstract :
Background: In recent years, the number of non-native speakers of Arabic language has 
exponentially increased. 
Aims: This analytical study aims at investigating written grammatical errors committed by 
Arabic as second Language (ASL) learners. More specifically, it explores the reasons behind 
committing these errors and their effects on the daily communication of ASL learners. 
Methods: Ten (10) ASL senior learners of Arabic Language Institute (ALI), College of Arts, 
King Saud University (KSU), Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) were randomly 
selected in this study. The participants were asked to write paragraphs about themselves and 
then their written work was linguistically analyzed and evaluated by the researchers and some 
Arabic Language experts before it was statistically analyzed. 
Conclusions: Results outline that written grammatical errors of ASL learners are 
characterized by the misuse of many grammatical items. Mainly these items are: proper nouns (PN), common nouns (CN), main verbs (MV), adjectives (adj.), time adverbs (T. Adv.), 
manner adverbs (M. Adv.), objective pronouns (OP), and central determiners (C Det.) 
including demonstratives (Dem.) and articles (Artic.), pronouns (Pron.) and prepositions 
(Prep.). 
Keywords :
Written, Grammatical errors, Arabic, Second Language, non-native Learners, Analysis

Date Deposited : 25 Apr 2014 15:29

Last Modified : 25 Apr 2014 15:35

Official URL: http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijele/article/view/3063/2608

Volume 1, Number 2, - 2013 , ISSN 2325-0887

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